AP Top 25

October 31, 2011 

Record

Pts.

Pv.

1. LSU (47)

8-0

1,439

1

2. Alabama (10)

8-0

1,401

2

3. Oklahoma State

8-0

1,305

3

4. Stanford

8-0

1,278

4

5. Boise State (1)

7-0

1,241

5

6. Oregon

7-1

1,148

7

7. Oklahoma

7-1

1,096

11

8. Arkansas

7-1

1,035

8

9. Nebraska

7-1

976

13

10. South Carolina

7-1

861

14

11. Clemson

8-1

851

6

12. Virginia Tech

8-1

755

15

13. Michigan

7-1

718

17

14. Houston

8-0

611

18

15. Michigan State

6-2

586

9

16. Penn State

8-1

553

21

17. Kansas State

7-1

536

10

18. Georgia

6-2

446

22

19. Wisconsin

6-2

420

12

20. Arizona State

6-2

384

23

21. Southern Cal

6-2

323

20

22. Georgia Tech

7-2

230

NR

23. Cincinnati

6-1

128

24

24. West Virginia

6-2

111

25

25. Auburn

6-3

107

NR

Others receiving votes: Texas 99, Southern Miss. 67, Washington 52, Ohio St. 37, TCU 26, Texas A&M 25, Florida St. 4, Notre Dame 1.

Coaches Top 25

Record

Pts

Pvs

1. LSU (41)

8-0

1457

1

2. Alabama (18)

8-0

1434

2

3. Stanford

8-0

1323

3

4. Oklahoma State

8-0

1314

4

5. Boise State

7-0

1237

5

6. Oregon

7-1

1175

7

7. Oklahoma

7-1

1117

9

8. Arkansas

7-1

1046

8

9. Nebraska

7-1

973

13

10. South Carolina

7-1

919

14

11. Virginia Tech

8-1

871

15

12. Clemson

8-1

779

6

13. Michigan

7-1

734

17

14. Houston

8-0

679

18

15. Penn State

8-1

646

19

16. Michigan State

6-2

528

10

17. Wisconsin

6-2

463

11

18. Arizona State

6-2

445

20

19. Kansas State

7-1

440

12

20. Georgia

6-2

410

21

21. West Virginia

6-2

270

24

22. Cincinnati

6-1

232

23

23. Georgia Tech

7-2

193

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24. Southern Mississippi

7-1

160

25

25. Texas

5-2

122

_

Others: TCU 55, Auburn 41, Washington 38, Texas A&M 30, Ohio State 21, Florida State 11, Notre Dame 9, North Carolina 2, Missouri 1.

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